Delegation Skills
The Management of Moving….
On September 9, 2013 | 1 Comments

Two weeks ago my husband and I moved from Western Maryland to St. Augustine Florida. It’s a huge project unwinding sixteen years of living in one place. It wasn’t easy, but we made it! Looking back, I recall some days when I thought we had made a big mistake and should just undo everything. There […]

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Help me, I can’t stop micromanaging!
On June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ever feel like you can’t stop micromanaging? Yesterday I received this email: Dear Jeanne, I work in a highly technical field. Six months ago I was promoted to supervisor, and I am terrified that my employees will make mistakes. We have strict timelines and accuracy is essential. How can I make sure my employees will […]

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Delegation as Motivation – Part 2
On May 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

…because if you do it right, effective delegating will be the best motivating tool you will ever have.   If you took the assessment in Part I of this blog, and you’re back reading this, you probably know you need to learn to delegate work. I was going to write a spiffy blog to tell […]

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Delegation Assessment – Do you need to delegate more? – Part 1
On May 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

The ability to effectively delegate tasks and projects can serve as one of the best motivating tools you’ll ever have. Delegation requires a complex set of skills, and it does require some up-front time and attention. Among other things, the supervisor needs to know how to assess the strengths and challenges of each employee, she […]

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